Owen Genat wrote
No. The information provided by Italo up-thread is correct:
... ODF 1.2 which is in the process of becoming an ISO standard (backward
compatible with ODF 1.0). Standard definitions, by their own nature, are
Interesting. This means that ODF 1.2 is an OASIS approved standard since
2011 but isn't yet an ISO standard... So, I apologize to OASIS :) It's the
ISO standard that takes ages...
This just proves my point (going back to the comment by nabbler) that it if
the bureaucracy takes so long, you can't really blame MS (or any other
vendor) for not being 100% compatible.
In fact it is impossible that any other office suite produces 100%
compatible ODF documents since by definition LO is one of the products
defining the ODF characteristics...
Absurdly Microsoft (as an OASIS member) could also legitimately be producing
another ODF 1.2 extended file format (valid under OASIS) but completely
different from the one in LO...
So, the question "if m$office is compatible with the ODF standard of LO "
doesn't make sense ;)
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